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You are probably doing a job that is actually four jobs rolled into one and the Human Resources functions are part of them. You’ve been thrown into the deep-end and you don’t have time to read through all of the online content that is out there to address your questions.

This is where PACT comes in. This page is meant to act as a funnel for all of the toolkits, white pages, and websites that offer HR management advice. Together, we can sort out your company’s HR situations, whether they range from the simple to the complex.

It’s our job to provide you with practical assistance so that you can get on with doing your best work.

If you still can’t find what you’re looking for on this page then drop Tabitha Keast, PACT’s HR Specialist, a line or give her a call at 416-595-6455, ext. 1512.

This page on the site will grow as more of you contact us– because if you have a question then there are at least ten others asking the same one.

Human Resources
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HR Management

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Buddies in Bad Times Employee Manual

Buddies in Bad Times has graciously shared their employee manual. Use this as a starting point in developing your own.
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Work in Culture: HR Tools & Best Practices

This document is especially useful to management staff who do not have direct HR training
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Recruitment

Canada One’s article provides a great overview of basic hiring recruitment requirements.

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Assessing an Employment Relationship

Employee or Independent Contractor? Assessing an Employment Relationship and Employee or Self-Employed will help you figure it out.
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Behavioral Interview Questions

Past behavior informs future performance so use a selection of these behavior-based interview questions.
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Employee or Self-Employed?

Employee or Independent Contractor? Assessing an Employment Relationship and Employee or Self-Employed will help you figure it out.
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Make the best use of your time on the phone with a referee.
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What to Include in an Offer Letter


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Compensation & Benefits

PACT members receive preferential rates when purchasing their Group Health Plan from Blue Print Insurance. Click here for more information.

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Minimum Wage Chart


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Performance Management

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Performance Review Preparation for Employees

A to-do list of what an employee should consider doing before his/her/their performance review meeting. It’s only three pages long.
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Performance Review Preparation for Managers

A cheat sheet for before, during, and after the performance review meetings that, of course, you have been diligently doing every year.
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Work in Culture: Dealing with Challenges and Conflict


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Terminations

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Employee Termination Checklist


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Work in Culture: Termination of Employment

Provides the details that you need in assessing if a termination is required, preparing for and conducting the termination meeting, and what to do afterwards.
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Health & Safety

While the principles of Health and Safety are consistent across provinces and territories the details and how the laws are enforced can vary. The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety website provides an excellent overview.

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Workers Compensation Reference Chart

The principle is that employers fund a workers’ compensation system and the injured worker, in turn, surrenders their right to sue their employer for their injury. Being not-sued is nice so be sure to get an insurance policy in place.
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Harassment & Discrimination in the Workplace

PACT and CAEA are partners in the Not in Our Space! (NiOS) program. Visit the page for more information.

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New CHRC Reporting and Investigating Mechanisms


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New CHRC Workplace Harassment and Violence


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New CHRC Workplace Harassment, Discrimination, and Violence - ATFC Sample Policy


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Complaint Report Form


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Interview Template


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Results of Investigation Form


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Tips for Determining Credibility


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Initial Investigation Report


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Workplace Violence and Harassment Secondary Investigation Report


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Workplace Violence and or Harassment Investigation Checklist


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As provincial and federal legislation is constantly changing, it is good practice to periodically review your company’s policies to ensure that you are still in compliance with all relevant laws. Below are the links, broken down by province, to the most pertinent laws that could affect your company. This is not an exhaustive list but a starting point.

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